Discover the Ultimate List of the Philippine holidays for 2024 with our comprehensive list detailing dates, days, and short insights for each holiday.

Uncover the heart of the Philippines by planning your year with in-depth information on special non-working days, cultural traditions, and more.

Welcome to the vibrant archipelago of the Philippines, where every year is immerse with celebrations, traditions, and public holidays that bring people together.

As we step into 2024, it’s not just another year; it’s an opportunity to immerse yourself in the unique tapestry of Philippine culture.

To make the most out of your time, let’s highlight and celebrate the regular and special non-working holidays that shape the Philippine calendar.

Let’s navigate through the comprehensive list of holidays in the Philippines for 2024 and discover the moments that await.


New Year’s DayMondayJanuary 1Celebrate the first day of the year with joy and extravaganzas. It’s a time for reflection and embracing the opportunities that the new year brings.
Maundy ThursdayThursdayMarch 28Join in the solemn observance of Maundy Thursday that marks the Last Supper of Jesus Christ with his disciples.
Good FridayFridayMarch 29Experience a somber and reflective atmosphere as Filipinos commemorate the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ.
Araw ng KagitnganTuesdayApri 9Honor the bravery and heroism of Filipinos during the Bataan Death March on this day. Take a moment to remember and appreciate their sacrifices.
Labor DayWednesdayMay 1Celebrate the hardworking spirit of the Filipino workforce as we observe Labor Day on May 1.
Independence DayWednesdayJune 12June 12 marks the day when the Philippines declared independence from Spanish rule. It’s a time for patriotic reflection and national pride.
National Heroes DayMondayAugust 26Pay tribute to the unsung heroes who played significant roles in shaping the nation. It’s a day of honoring those who made a lasting impact on Philippine history.
Bonifacio DaySaturdayNovember 30Commemorate the birth of Andres Bonifacio, a key figure in the Philippine Revolution against Spanish colonization, on this Saturday.
Christmas DayWednesdayDecember 25Celebrate the most wonderful time of the year on December 25 as Filipinos come together to share the joy and warmth of Christmas.
Rizal DayMondayDecember 30Close the year by remembering the life and works of national hero Jose Rizal on December 30.


Ninoy Aquino DayWednesdayAugust 21Honor the legacy of Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr., whose sacrifice played a crucial role in restoring democracy in the Philippines.
All Saint’s DayFridayNovember 1Families gather on November 1 to remember and pay respects to departed loved ones as part of the All Saints’ Day traditions.
Feast of the Immaculate Conception of MarySundayDecember 8December 8 is dedicated to celebrating the Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary, a significant religious event in the Philippines.
Last Day of the YearTuesdayDecember 31Bid farewell to 2024 with festivities and excitement on December 31 as we welcome the promise of a new year.


Chinese New YearSaturdayFebruary 10February 10 marks the Chinese New Year, ushering in the Year of the Rat. Join in the vibrant festivities and cultural celebrations.
Black SaturdaySaturdayMarch 30Observe Black Saturday on March 30 as a day of reflection and preparation for the Easter Vigil.
All Soul’s DaySaturdayNovember 2November 2 is a time for remembering departed loved ones. Families visit cemeteries to offer prayers and remembrance.
Christmas EveTuesdayDecember 24Embrace the festive spirit on Christmas Eve, December 24, as Filipinos gather for Noche Buena, a night of feasting and merriment.


MARCHMarch 28ThursdayMaundy Thursday
March 29FridayGood Friday
March 30SaturdayBlack Saturday
March 31SundayEaster Sunday
APRILApril 6Saturday
April 7Sunday
Apri 8MondayFile for Leave * 
April 9TuesdayAraw Ng Kagitingan
AugustAugust 24Saturday
August 25Sunday
August 26MondayNational Heroes Day
NovemberNovember 1FridayAll Saints’ Day
November 2SaturdayAll Souls’ Day
November 3Sunday
DecemberDecember 28Saturday
December 29Sunday
December 30MondayRizal Day
December 31TuesdayLast day of the year

As you plan your year ahead, these holidays offer not just a break from the routine but also opportunities to connect with Filipino culture, history, and traditions.

Whether it’s reflecting on the sacrifices of heroes, celebrating religious events, or coming together with family, each holiday in 2024 holds a unique significance.

Mark your calendars, anticipate the long weekends, and make the most of the festive moments that the Philippines has to offer in the coming year.

Happy holidays!